Purchased new and have 99,000+ mi on it. Lot's of leg room front and back. Back seats drop down for utility. The GT sits about an inch lower than an Outback and has a sport-tuned suspension. When combined with the low center of gravity from the design of the engine, the car is glued to the road. I had an older Subaru that was great in the snow, but it could get sideways when braking. This one has ABS to go with the AWD, so it goes and stops under control.
AWD goes anywhere in any weather, ABS stops the car under control, and low center of gravity let's you take corners like a sports coupe.
Steering wheel tilts, but it would be nice if it telescoped too.
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